Method Man’s wife Tamika Smith is responding to Wendy Williams’ claim that she had a one-night stand with the rapper.
In a statement posted by The Shade Room on Monday, Smith — who married the hip-hop artist in 2001 — slams Williams for her “constant verbal attacks against my husband, myself, and our family.”
“In the past, I ignored her lies, innuendos and blatant attempts to provoke us. But Wendy has proven again and again that she is incapable of any decency. Her obsession with our lives has reached a new low. And I’m tired of taking the high road.”
Smith goes on to say, “For the record, my marriage is solid, my husband continues to enjoy a successful career, and Wendy will forever be one of the most miserable ------- on the planet.”
In a recent interview with DJ Suss One to promote her film, ”Wendy Williams: The Movie,” and documentary, “Wendy Williams: What a Mess,” Williams detailed the supposed hookup.
“I smoked a blunt… with Method Man while I gave him a bath and it was a one-night stand,” Williams said. “He’ll deny it; maybe not. It wasn’t in the movie because [he] is still very angry at me… for being me — for telling the truth. It was one night. We were in the club — a fight broke out and gunshots broke out. The fight was ridiculous. The whole Wu-Tang was there, but it was only Meth up in the rafters. And see, that’s where I go to observe everything because I was by myself.”
“He goes, ‘Yo, Wendy!’ Because he’d been on the show before and he was --- up,” she continued. ”I smelled the weed and I had weed, but he had better… He rolled a blunt, we smoked a blunt, we watched the fight, we heard the gunshots, the cops came in… I guess I batted my eyes and rocked my shoulders and I said, ‘You wanna come over?’ And he said, ‘Yeah, I’ll follow you.’”
In a 2006 interview, Method Man went off on Williams for reportedly publicly disclosing his wife’s health issues on-air.
“I’d like to thank Wendy Williams for bringing that to the masses ’cause she didn’t have to go on the radio and say that ----,” he said at the time. “I like to keep stuff like that private but yeah, [my wife] was sick… that ain’t nobody ------- business… That’s her business. She didn’t want anybody to know about it. I respected her wishes right there.”
In Smith’s note, she accuses Williams of “[sharing] my personal medical information with her listeners live on the air during her radio broadcast” after she was diagnosed with cancer.
“She didn’t care that she was violating my right to privacy, or that I hadn’t shared the news of my diagnosis with my family and friends yet,” Smith wrote. “She never apologized, never expressed any regret whatsoever.”